The Third Round is Here! GXChain2.0: Reconstruction and Free!

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Since version 1.0 of the GXChain main chain went online on 2017–06–10 21:52:26, ​​we have jointly witnessed its safe operation for 1,172 days, carrying 95.94 million transactions and 1.267 million on-chain accounts. Looking back from the point of time, it is precisely because of every persistence that we have the solid cornerstone of GXChain, and it is also because of your colleagues that we will feel sincerely gratified!

Finally, its historical mission has been completed, and we are about to usher in GXChain2.0!

In GXChain 2.0, we refactored and optimized the economic model from the bottom of the code, and “free” will soon become its core.
Looking back at the development of the public chain, the public chain represented by Ethereum is carrying DeFi, and the “overload” of the blockchain ecology has also become a new normal, with high handling fees and long transfer times. , Are exploring the “new bottlenecks” of the public chain ecology and economic model time and time again.

GXChain2.0 was born from this, “free”-the core concept of GXChain2.0, will also embrace the new chapter of the next generation with its brand-new attitude. Looking ahead, the needs of developers and users that are currently overflowing in other public chain ecosystems such as Ethereum will not become redundant in the crowded and limited existing public chain, but will continue to burst into existence on GXChain Constant new energy.

The first two keywords brought about the launch of individual agreements, but this time, it was a complete upgrade of the main chain. The key words of the third wave are around the new GXChain2.0:
Reconstructing public chain economic model with DeFi
Use DeFi for free

The purpose of refactoring is not only to optimize functions and user experience. As a technical ...

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